Robert C. Livingston

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"Neil C. Livingstone is the Chairman and CEO of ExecutiveAction LLC. He was the founder and, until November, 2006, CEO of GlobalOptions Inc., which went public in 2005 and currently has sales of more than $80 million. Livingstone is also Lead Director of Erickson Air-Crane, a $186 million helicopter company headquartered in Central Point, Oregon, and a member of the M&A committee...

"He is the author of nine books on terrorism, security, and foreign policy, including Inside the PLO, The War Against Terrorism, and Rescue My Child, which was an NBC movie-of-the-week. In addition, he has published more than 200 articles in such publications as The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, The Washington Post, Newsday, USA Today, and The Los Angeles Times...

He serves on a number of fiduciary and advisory boards. Among the advisory boards are Supercom Inc., NeoStem, Inc., Digital Ally, the Africa Society, and No Greater Love (a non-profit, non-political humanitarian organization dedicated to programs of remembrance, friendship, and care for families who have lost loved ones in service to the country or through acts of terrorism). In the past, he was a Founding Member and Incorporator of the Solidarity Endowment, formed in the West to promote the goals of Polish Solidarity. He also was the Founder and Chairman of the Institute on Terrorism and Subnational Conflict. He served as President of Watergate South for more than seven years. Over the years, he has advised the Secretary of State, the Chief of Naval Operations, and the Pentagon.

"He is a member of the Association of Former Intelligence Officers, the George Town Club, the Cosmos Club, the Writers Guild of America, and Iran Policy Committee. An Honors graduate of the College of William and Mary, he has earned three Masters Degrees, as well as a Ph.D. from the Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy."[1]


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  1. Robert C. Livingston, ExecutiveAction, accessed May 27, 2015.